About the Author: Jay is a Massachusetts native, and a fan of the Patriots, Bruins, Celtics, and Mets (you read that right). He has his own Podcast, @Beavs_world that he hosts with @khoekstra. You can find out more at www.beavsworld.com
The 2019 New England Patriots stand at 8-1 at the bye, good enough for first place in the AFC East and hold the #1 seed in the conference. The offense has been hit hard by injuries, bad roster moves and a lack of identity.
Until the rough outing in Baltimore, the defense had been playing at a historic pace and often provided points and field position. Ravens result aside, this is still an excellent team with a combination of the greatest coach (Bill Belichick) and quarterback (Tom Brady) of all-time leading the way. Let’s Look at areas the Pats need to improve to raise banner #7.
The NFL Champions. A Dynasty. We all know how their season ended, but I wondered how their offseason was going.
To do that, I asked my good friend, fellow Wolverine Fan, and co-founder of Beav’s World, Jay Flannelly, about what he liked and what he didn’t like about the Patriots offseason.
He was even gracious enough to type up his thoughts into article format.
The New England Patriots won their Sixth Super Bowl since 2001 and entered the offseason with some major free agents on both sides of the ball while having the most picks in the NFL draft. The front office and coaching staff added some solid vets and rookies with upside at key spots. Let’s look at the good and bad as the Pats start training camp this week. Continue reading “Checking in on the New England Patriots”→
This past weekend, New England quarterback, Tom Brady participated in the Best Buddies Challenge at the “University of Michigan in the East”, better known to most of you all as Harvard University. This was the 20th anniversary of the Challenge and Brady has been associated with it ever since 2003.
The 20th annual @bestbuddies challenge was last night! I want my kids to grow up in a world where people are recognized and celebrated for the characteristics that make them uniquely themselves because we’re all better when we include everyone. pic.twitter.com/bXDvWfiMNU
After seeing this tweet from Brady, I wanted to look into this organization more, and what exactly it’s about. After speaking with a couple of friends on Twitter, I was put in contact with Brad Blank, an NFL agent and also a Best Buddies Executive for 30 years.